Seventy-four senators voted to pass a revised version of the plan rejected by the House of Representatives on Monday, which now includes a provision to raise the guarantee on US deposits from $100,000 to $250,000.
Both Barack Obama and John McCain, the two candidates for the US presidency, backed the plan, which just 25 senators voted against.
The House, which is set to vote on
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